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Meaning of “Jew” - Learner’s Dictionary

Jew

noun [C]
 
 
/dʒuː/
someone whose religion is Judaism, or who is related to the ancient people of IsraelJudaismFollowers of religious groupsPeople of specific racial or ethnic background
Translations of “Jew”
in Arabic يَهودي…
in Korean 유대인…
in Malaysian orang Yahudi…
in French juif/-ive…
in Turkish Yahudi, Musevi dinine inanan…
in Italian ebreo, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 猶太人, 猶太教徒…
in Russian еврей, еврейка…
in Polish Żyd…
in Vietnamese người Do Thái…
in Spanish judío…
in Portuguese judeu, judia…
in Thai ผู้นับถือศาสนายิว…
in German der Jude…
in Catalan jueu, jueva…
in Japanese ユダヤ人…
in Indonesian Yahudi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 犹太人, 犹太教徒…
(Definition of Jew from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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